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Storms bring hail to the Front Range

Got Hail Damage the spring of 2014?  If so most of the roofs with Hail Damage in the Denver area are not leaking so you have plenty of time to choose a reputable Roofing Company.  Don’t Get Scammed!  Here are a few dos and don’ts when considering a Roofing Contractor :

Do find out how long the Roofing Company has been around:  You want a company to be around to backup any guarantee.  After all what good is a guarantee if they are out of business the next year.  So how long has the Roofing Company been doing business in the Denver area?  Check the BBB for records, ask for referrals, how long have they been buying materials from a local supplier, how long has the phone number been around...These are simple ways to check if the company is from Colorado or just stopping by for a quick buck.

Don’t fall for:  We work directly with you insurance company so sign up now.  The fact is most roofing companies in Colorado work directly with and handle insurance claims.  So don’t get pressured into signing a contact because you’re told they work directly with your insurance company. 

Don’t sign any forms you are not clear about:  Some companies will ask you to sign a release so they can get on your roof or work with your insurance company.  What you are signing is a BLANK CONTRACT so beware. 

Do get a detailed Contract:  Make sure the Contract is Detailed so you know exactly what to expect.  Having a detailed contract not only protects you the homeowner but this also helps your Roofing Contractor fight for you when there is unforeseen cost.  Many homeowners get into trouble because they sign a blank contract.

Do check the back of your contract:  Some contracts can be tricky and have writing on the back that releases reasonability for simple things like leaving your roof uncovered during a rain storm.    

Don’t Get Pressured, Take You Time:  Many homeowners get pressured into signing a contract right now.  If you feel like you are being pressured find another company to work on you house.  If your house is not leaking you have plenty of time to find a quality Roofing Company in Denver.  If your house is leaking then it might be a simple patch or small tarp until you find a roofing contractor you feel comfortable with.

Do Have A Great Day:  And if you are looking for a Roofing Contractor in Metro Denver Mills Roofing would be happy to give you a Free estimate  Click Here


BBB Warns of Untrustworthy Roofers After Hail Storms 

May 21, 2014

Following this week's damaging hail storms, the Better Business Bureau of Denver/Boulder warns homeowners of unscrupulous contractors and encourages hiring trusted companies. The BBB closed more than 100 complaints against roofers in 2013.

Some of the most serious complaints filed against roofers alleged incomplete work after several thousand dollars paid up front. Other complaints alleged repair issues and warranties not honored.

“The BBB provides a list of many reputable BBB Accredited roofers to hire if you have damage so don’t fall for a high-pressure sales pitch from a storm-chaser knocking on doors,” said Su Hawk, BBB president and CEO.

Anyone who suffered damage from recent hail is advised the following from the BBB:

  • Check with the BBB. Get three estimates before making a decision and don't be pushed into signing a contract right away. Contact the BBB and use our free Request-A-Quote service to get bids from BBB Accredited roofers at
  • Be wise when making deposits. DO NOT pay for the entire job or make a large down payment up front and do not sign your insurance check over to the roofer. This can make it very difficult to get your money back should the company not show up or do a satisfactory job. Only make a direct, portioned down payment to a reputable, established company that has provided a clear work schedule to you in writing. Schedule payments according the work schedule.
  • Know your rights. According to the State of Colorado (senate bill 12-038), a roofer cannot cash any payment until it has delivered materials to the home or has completed the majority of the work. Roofers must provide the homeowner with a detailed, written contract that includes the company's contact information, insurance, scope of work, dates of service and costs. Also, homeowners have the right to cancel their contract within three business days, (this includes Saturdays).
  • Deal with your insurance company directly. Avoid letting a roofer file a claim on your behalf. This can cause problems in your relationship with your insurance company and can possibly lead to insurance fraud.
  • Read carefully anything you sign. Anything you sign--no matter what you are told--can be considered a binding contract. 
  • Beware of companies that are not local. Discuss warranties and guarantees offered by out-of-state companies. Question how the services will be honored.
  • Know who is responsible. Find out if the company uses their own workers of if they hire individual, third-party subcontractors. It is very important to know exactly who will be working on your roof and who is responsible if something goes wrong.
  • Verify applicable permits with your city and county. Make sure the permit is posted before the work begins.

Getting a new roof? Follow this advice from the BBB

Good new story on what to look out for when choosinge a Roofing Contractor in the Denver area



BBB Warns Storm Damage Can Bring Out Scammer

The high winds we had the last couple months has caused a lot of roof damage in the Denver metro area.  I personally had a 17" thick tree snap, a fence blown down and some roof damage.  This article hits home if you are looking for a contactor:

DENVER (CBS4) – Many homeowners are still working to clean up and repair damage after heavy winds swept through the Denver metro area.  Trees came down — some into cars and homes. The Better Business Bureau is warning homeowners that damage also brings out contractors looking to take advantage of victims... Read More

BBB Warns Storm Damage Can Bring Out Scammer


A hail of a bill: $165 million in damage

Severe storms last week have brought nearly 30,000 insurance claims, a trade group says. By Howard Pankratz The Denver Post,  About 29,800 claims — 17,200 auto and 12,600 homeowner — were filed as a result of last week's torrential hailstorms...  Full Story